The Federal Railway Administration says the city train crossings lacked required safety measures they asked Waltham to put in place back in 2008.
Protest Held In Waltham After City Loses Designation As 'Quiet Zone'The Federal Railway Administration says the city train crossings lacked required safety measures they asked Waltham to put in place back in 2008.
New England Aquarium Accepts 37-Year-Old Ticket That Had Been DiscontinuedThe New England Aquarium accepted an entrance ticket last week that had been saved for decades.
WBZ Evening News Update For June 14, 2021Police investigate a shooting near Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston; Boston Police ask for help solving the 1989 murder of a Roxbury woman; Melrose woman dies in a snorkeling incident in the Florida Keys; Latest forecast.
WBZ ForecastSarah Wroblewski has an updated weather forecast.
Man Secretly Buys Ice Cream For Everyone In Line In WoburnA man quietly paid for everyone's ice cream at Nanabette's in Woburn. WBZ-TV's Ken MacLeod reports.
DOJ Asks Supreme Court To Reinstate Death Penalty For Dzhokhar TsarnaevThe Justice Department is urging the Supreme Court to reinstate the death penalty for Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
House Speaker Ron Mariano Recently Hospitalized, Fitted With PacemakerHouse Speaker Ron Mariano was recently hospitalized in Florida and fitted with a pacemaker.
Gillette Stadium Mass Vaccination Site Closes As State Of Emergency EndsWBZ-TV's Kristina Rex reports.
Study: COVID Spreads More Effectively In Cold, Dry WeatherWarm, humid and sunny conditions may make it harder for the virus to transmit from person to person.
Man Buys Ice Cream For Everyone In Line At Nanabette's In WoburnAn ice cream shop in Woburn is the talk of the town after someone secretly paid for everyone’s order who was in line. WBZ-TV's Paula Ebben reports.
WBZ Evening Forecast For June 14Sarah Wroblewski has your latest weather forecast.
State House Remains Closed To Public After COVID Restrictions LiftedThe Massachusetts State House remains closed to the public more than two weeks after Governor Charlie Baker lifted all COVID-19 restrictions. WBZ-TV's Louisa Moller reports.
Kelley Square As Park Place? Suggestions Wanted For Worcester Monopoly GameMonopoly: Worcester edition is expected to be available at local retailers and online in November.
Girl Scouts Have Millions Of Unsold Cookies This YearThe Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts told WBZ-TV there was not any excess inventory in the area.
Lynn Man Charged With Murdering Mother, Ordered To Undergo Mental Health EvaluationAlfredo Paratore, 49, is charged with murder. He was arraigned Monday in Lynn District Court and pleaded not guilty. WBZ-TV's Mike LaCrosse reports.
How Long Should I Wait Before Getting The Shingles Vaccine? Dr. Mallika Marshall Answers Your COVID QuestionsDr. Mallika Marshall is answering your coronavirus vaccine-related medical questions.
Melrose Woman Dies In Florida Keys Snorkeling IncidentA 25-year-old Massachusetts woman has died following a snorkeling incident in the Florida Keys.
Boston Police Officers, City Sued For Alleged Excessive Force On 4 ProtestersWBZ-TV's Bill Shields reports.
State Senator Cyr 'Proud To Be Doing My Small Part' For Queer Representation In PoliticsSen, Julian Cyr said he has been welcomed by colleagues in the legislature.
Woburn Man Accused Of Accidentally Shooting Friend Appears Before judgeThe 22-year-old Woburn man had just gotten his license to carry.
Head Of The Charles Returning To Boston In OctoberThe world's largest rowing regatta is coming back to Boston this fall.
Father And Son From Massachusetts Admit Helping Nissan Executive Escape JapanWBZ TV's Paula Ebben reports.
WBZ News Update For June 14, 2021WBZ-TV's Paula Ebben and David Epstein have your latest news and weather.